Detection of Carcinogenic Dye Sudan I and Rhodamine B Using Indigenous Raman Spectrometer
Keywords:Dyes, Raman spectrometer, Spectrograph design
Sudan I and Rhodamine B are carcinogenic declared by European Union and California, respectively. Duo finds their uses in food and beverage products. Daily consumption can cause skin allergy and worsen to cancer. Due to its fluorescent nature it becomes erroneous to detect using Raman Spectrometer but with use of NIR diode laser it gives molecular fingerprint of dyes with associated samples. This paper presents to make an indigenous Raman Spectrometer to detect Sudan I and Rhodamine B like dyes. Raman Spectrum is taken even in water sample also through packaging.
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